Manitoba is home to a number of wildlife species, from mighty elk and moose to smaller waterfowl such as duck and geese.
Master Hunter Program
Manitoba is home to world-class hunting – its vast landscape is home to millions of waterfowl and game birds, and seven big game and predator species. Hunting in Manitoba is an important part of our management of wildlife and provides substantial economic benefits to Manitoba’s rural economy.
The Master Hunter Award Program celebrates the experience of hunting, while recognizing and rewarding successful hunts throughout one’s lifetime of hunting in Manitoba.
Your Own Official Record
All hunters harvesting animals in Manitoba, including Manitobans, Canadians from other provinces, or international hunters would be eligible to apply for awards at various levels and categories. Unlike other hunting award programs, the Manitoba Master Hunter Program is not based on a size or scoring basis.
There are 6 primary awards and 5 specialist awards available within the Master Hunter Award Program. Hunters must harvest specific species to qualify for each award category.
For those new to hunting, a unique certificate will be awarded to any First Time Hunter who harvest’s their first qualifying species in Manitoba.
Manitoba is known for its diverse landscapes and abundant wildlife, making it a popular destination for hunting and fishing enthusiasts. The province is divided into several regions, each offering unique opportunities for outdoor activities.
Get your hunting license in Manitoba and start exploring the province's diverse wildlife and landscapes. This page has everything you need to know about hunting licenses in Manitoba, including where to buy them, what types of licenses are available, and what rules and regulations you need to follow.
Whether you like to hunt big or small, wildlife of all kinds can be found throughout the expansive landscape of Manitoba, Canada.